Susie Ramadan: “Women’s Boxing Just Isn’t Big Enough In Australia”

Susie Ramadan Gives Her Take On The State Of Women's Boxing!

Susie Ramadan and still photos of her biggest fights
Susie Ramadan (left), Ramadan vs Graf (top-right) and Ramadan vs Juarez.

Former Two-Time Bantamweight Champion Susie Ramadan Speaks on the State of Women’s Boxing!

Former WBC and IBF Women’s World Bantamweight champion “Susie Q” Ramadan (28-3, 12KO) joins from her home country of Australia. Ramadan is one of the more respected female fighters in the game due her durability. This among the lack of support for women’s boxing in Australia, may be the culprit for her difficulty securing fights.

She questions if the female side of the sport is garnering enough support in Australia. In fact, she questions if it gets enough attention as a whole! Additionally, she speaks on her career experiences and gives her take on if three-division champ Claressa Shields should really entertain a fight with Women’s Boxing Hall of Fame inductee Laila Ali!

By: Michael Wilson Jr.

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